“To determine the true rulers of any society, all you must do is ask yourself this question: Who is it that I am not permitted to criticize?” — Kevin Alfred Strom
Article 19 of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights states: “Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.” Many countries do not adhere to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights however.
For each of the countries listed below there are laws that restrict historical revisionism and freedom of speech, or legislation which is being considered that would restrict freedom of speech, or the country has a history of persecuting holocaust revisionists. If you live in one of the following countries you should research any legislation that may be applicable before possessing, publishing, sharing, or even discussing in public any subject which is critical of the mainstream historical record, particularly the alleged Jewish holocaust of World War II:
- Canada (considering legislation, history of persecution)
- Czech Republic
- European Union
- Ireland (possible history of persecution)
- United States (considering legislation, history of persecution)
Revisionism: Advocacy of the revision of an accepted, usually long-standing view, theory, or doctrine, especially a revision of historical events and movements.
I applaud all historical revisionists who have the courage to publish their findings despite the consequences. It is through the work of these courageous people that we have the opportunity to shake the chains that bind us and expand our human potential.
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